LAKE VILLE, Mass. (PRWEB) June 30, 2012
As a PGA member for over fifty years author John Oteri has had the opportunity to work with thousands of golfers of all levels on how to improve their game. This became the inspiration for his book, How You Can Play Better Golf.
“Golf is an art, not a science”. Aspiring golfers will need three key ingredients: good basic fundamentals, the technique needed to play various shots, and the willingness to practice. In How You Can Play Better Golf, they will not find secret moves to a great swing or numerous golf swing theories but, instead, easy to understand simple and practical advice.
The author has this to say on playing better golf; “It is not necessary to have a perfectly good looking swing to play better golf. Develop good basics and do it your way”.
Simple changes in setup and ball position are usually all it takes to improve shot-making. Once players understand the basic techniques to playing different shots they will build confidence and have no fear when attempting them.
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About the Author
John Oteri has been a PGA Professional in the New England Section for the past 53 years. He has served as Head Golf Professional at Blue Hill Country Club in Canton, Massachusetts, Thorny Lea Golf Club in Brockton, Massachusetts, and at Strawberry Valley Golf Club in Abington, Massachusetts. Mr. Oteri is currently teaching at Poquoy Brook Golf Club in Lakeville, Massachusetts. He is also teaching at the Charlie Lanzetta Junior Golf School in Rockland, Massachusetts; voted the #1 Junior Golf School in the United States in 2001.
How You Can Play Better Golf * by John Oteri
Publication Date: May 18, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 138 pages; 978-1-4653-9007-3
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